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In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful A reminder on rulings regarding Qadha’ (make-up) fasts and offering Fidyah and Kaffarah (expiation for missing fasts) قبل حلول رمضان: أهم أحكام القضاء والفدية والكفارة. إضغط هنا لقراءة التفاصيل Qadha’ Fasting: If one has missed any days of fasting during the month of Ramadhan in the previous year, then it is a recommended precaution to make up those fasts before the next month of Ramadhan. If one has days of fast to make up, but intentionally does not make them up before the next month of Ramadhan, the person is still held religiously liable (to make the days up at a later time) and must offer a Fidyah for each day missed by feeding one poor person (as defined by the religious criteria). Those Unable to Fast: Those incapable of fasting, such as the elderly, those who cannot fast due to illness, and those who go through desperate situations temporarily preventing them from fasting, such as some pregnant women and some nursing mothers, must offer the Fidyah. The Fidyah is feeding one poor person for each day in which fasting was missed during the month of Ramadhan. Fidyah and the Kaffarah: Fidyah: A compensation paid for not being able to fast. It is to feed one poor person for each day. The one who is incapable of fasting, thus, offers thirty meals to the poor. The Kaffarah for delaying the Qadha’ fasting: To feed a poor person for each day, in addition to being obligated to perform the Qadha’ fast. The Kaffarah for intentionally breaking one’s fast during the month of Ramadhan: Either fasting for sixty days, or feeding sixty poor persons, for each day missed. It is permissible to offer the entire Fidyah to a single poor person, but the Kaffarah of feeding sixty persons must be offered to distinct individuals. When it comes to the Fidyah and the Kaffarah, nothing but “feeding” suffices. As for how much food, it is the average amount which we usually feed ourselves and our families. According to Islamic law, it must be the equivalent of at least 1.65 lbs. (750 grams) of wheat, rice or dates. It is permissible to pay money with the condition of delegating to the appropriate entity, or trustworthy person, or the poor person him/herself, so long as one feels assured that the food will be bought and offered. It is not permissible to purchase anything but food with the money. Qadha Fasts (text copied from this link)
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